Apple iPad with Retina Display MD510LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black) 4th Generation
Apple iPad with Retina Display9.7 Retina Display; 2048 x 1536 Resolution
Your IPad Should Be Working For You
The iPad is an amazing device. It will allow you to draw pictures, record yourself, sing along, and much more. However, if you don’t know how, you’ll never do all these things. Read the following article for iPad tips that can help users learn about the iPad.
Streaming, gaming, or music can cause battery life to deplete faster. A simple way to get more play time out of each charge of the battery is to use a low screen brightness setting. It is unlikely that the brightest settings are needed to achieve a good picture.
If you find that your iPad is freezing, soft reset it to make the device reboot. You can do this by pushing the home and power buttons at the same time. This will make the device restart. To force close an app, just hold down the home button until it closes.
Watch your currently running apps carefully. Many different iPad applications can continue processing information in the background and do not disturb the user. If you would like to view the current apps that are running, double click the Home icon. Any applications running at the time will be shown at the screen’s bottom in a bar. Swipe down if you want to eliminate the bar after you are done looking.
It is not necessary to tap the camera roll to look at your pictures. Simple swipe right with a single finger and you will see your video or photo. To view past pictures, swipe to the left.
You can adjust your email settings to allow you to increase the number of lines displayed in preview. Go to mail in settings and then preview. Switch this to show more text; perhaps five lines. By doing this, you can see as much of an email as you want, which will speed up the process of viewing emails.
The iPad’s default setting shows two lines of every email prior to it being opened. It can be helpful to see more of the content prior to opening. Go to ‘mail’ under ‘settings’. Next tap on Contacts, then Calendar, and then change the options.
Shortcuts make it far easier for you to send messages. For instance, tapping your space bar two times when you type a sentence can add a period with a space after it. This will make your typing much more efficient, allowing you to get more done and text more quickly. Apple iPad 4 with Retina Display (16GB, Wi-Fi + 4G AT&T, White) (Certified Refurbished)
You can mute your sound quickly on your iPad. In its first incarnation, the iPad lacked a specific mute button. Once iOS 4.3 came out, there was an option added where your lock switch can mute the sound. To quickly mute your iPad now, just press and hold the volume-down button.
If your child will be using your iPad and you don’t want them seeing mature content, you can change your settings so these items become blocked. You can do so in the settings area. A quick button click will stop mature content from being viewed. You have the option of blocking anything that is labeled as “adult.”
To copy/paste quickly, press and then hold text and simply choose Select. Tapping on the text, switch to an app, and hold it down again. A menu comes up and you can press paste. For an entire paragraph, you need to press four times.
It’s a bummer not knowing where a hyperlinked phrase is going to take you when surfing the net with your iPad. There is an answer. Since you are unable to hover, you can just hold the word. This reveals the hyper-linked URL.
There is more to the iTunes Store than music and apps! There is an interesting feature of the iTunes store called iTunes U. You can find lots of podcasts that are meant to teach in this section.
If you want to access your documents on your PC or Mac, use iTunes to sync your iPad. It’s easy to share your documents and being able to interact with virtually any computer through iTunes cannot be beaten. When you also use email, you can literally send anything to the iPad.
To access all running apps, just double-click the Home button. You will then see a bar that has icons for each app that is running. Pressing an icon will allow you to access an app. Doing so lets you remember which apps are currently open.
To help extend your iPad’s battery life turn down the screen’s brightness. This can give you the battery longevity that you require and need. Decrease the brightness by double tapping the Home icon.
Is the iPad default search engine leaving you dissatisfied? Switching to another is easy. Visit your Settings menu and choose Safari. Then select Search Engine. This will show you a list of search engines to select from. Various search engines, such as Bing and Yahoo are available.
See a PDF with two different methods. You can open it within iTunes and sync the file with your iPad, or you have the option of emailing it to yourself. Use both methods until you figure out which one you prefer. You may like both methods depending on what your needs are at the time.
You now know how to use your iPad in a variety of ways. Just use what you learn and the iPad will astound you. With increased knowledge comes increased ability to assist others, which makes you feel great.